Join me on The Barry Chamish Show on Tuesday, May 29, 6:00 PM-8:00 PM. Barry’s show covers a different perspective than those on which I’m typically invited to speak, so it should be an interesting conversation. Catch it at http://firstamendmentradio.net/
I will be the guest of Trice Sheridan on A Global Focus Radio program Friday, June 1, 9:00 – 11:00 PM. Tune in on the UFO Paranormal Radio Network at http://ufoparanormalradio.homestead.com/Main_Page_version_2.html
and select one of the numerous players near the top of the page.
On Saturday, June 2, I will be returning to the Radio Amerika Show with Barb Adams. Her show runs from 11:00 PM – 2:00 AM, and I will be appearing for a two-hour spot, but it has not been determined which of these hours (my segment may likely start at midnight). Find it at http://radioamerikanow.com/
Finally, I’ll be appearing on And So It Is Radio with Jackie Haughn on Sunday at 10:00 PM Eastern. Listen on Blog Talk Radio at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jacquelineatp
Join me as I talk with Angel Espino on The Jackal's Head Radio Show Friday night, May 25 at 11:00 PM Eastern. Tune in at http://www.soupmedianetwork.com/psn-radio/ or http://sofloradio.net/index.php/the-jackals-head/.
I will be appearing Sunday, May 27 at 8:00 PM Eastern on Dave Jones’ Para-X Radio Show
with co-guest David Rountree. Those who follow my interviews know how closely David's work is related to mine. David has a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering, has held prestigious positions in this field, and is completing his Doctorate in Physics. He has designed and conducted a number of very thoughtful and intriguing experiments into the paranormal, the fascinating results of which are precisely those predicted by the model of supergeometrics in my book Behind the Cosmic Veil
published by New Vision Press. That a theory of the supernatural makes real-world predictions that can and have been be experimentally confirmed is nothing short of incredible. Testable predictions are what defines a scientific
theory, and separates it from other kinds of theoretical, speculative, metaphysical and philosophical works. This is an unprecedented milestone in paranormal research, and promises to usher in a new age of understanding and progress in this field. David has his own ideas to explain these experimental findings, and so you’ll also find out how David and I differ in our opinion as to where these “ghosts” are really coming from! You won’t want to miss this historic and exciting interview exclusively on Para-X Radio. Listen in and chat at http://para-x.com/
I will be speaking again with Daniel Bautz on his Grand Dark Conspiracy radio show on Monday, May 21 at 10:00 PM Eastern. Catch it on the Shark Radio Network at http://www.sharkradionetwork.com/
Wednesday, May 23 at 11:00 PM will find me with Janice Oberding on Paradacity Radio. Listen in and chat on the Supernatural Radio Network (SRN) at http://loudcity.com/stations/supernatural-radio-network/files/show/listen.html
The 14th installment of my ongoing conversations with GeorgeAnn Hughes of The Byte Show will be posted late Thursday evening, May 24. Find it on my dedicated page on the show site: http://www.thebyteshow.com/ThomasPFusco.html
I apologize to listeners who may have tried to tune in to my interview on California Haunts Wednesday evening. I had posted the Blog Talk Radio page for the show (where my previous interview with them was broadcast), but was not informed that the show has since moved to TalkShoe. I have now been given the updated show information. You can catch the recorded archive (and the current live shows) at http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=56774&cmd=tc.
On Tuesday 5/15 at 7:00 PM Eastern I’ll be speaking with Maria Mazur on Haunted Path Radio. To listen in, go to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/hauntedpathlive
I’ll be returning for another visit to California Haunts Radio with Charlotte Kosa on Wednesday, 5/16 at 10:00 PM Eastern. Catch it at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/californiahaunts
Thursday, 5/17 at 8:00 PM Eastern will find me with Scott Cluthe on Positively Incorrect! Radio (sounds like a good for me, doesn’t it?). Tune in at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/positively-incorrect
I will be appearing on Scott Colborn’s Exploring Unexplained Phenomena on Saturday, 5/19 at 11:00 AM Eastern—my segment will star at around 11:30 AM. Go to http://www.e-u-p.org/
and find the Listen Live link in the left column. Scott asked me to post the following:
"The Exploring Unexplained Phenomena radio program, broadcasting weekly on Saturday mornings 10 am - 12 noon Central Time since 1984, is regarded as one of the world's longest-running paranormal talk radio programs.. Original host Scott Colborn and guests worldwide have fun, intelligent and in-depth conversation on the mysteries of our time in a commercial-free environment. Listen worldwide live or later (free archives) via http://www.e-u-p.org
. The 'EUP' program is broadcast live on KZUM 89.3 FM Lincoln, NE. Listener calls are accepted only during the 10 am - 12 noon Central Time broadcast at 402-474-5086."
I have maintained for some time now that dark matter—that mysterious, invisible substance that is allegedly so massive (in the scientific sense of the word) that it generates nearly 90% of the gravity in the universe but yet is not detectable by any known means—does not really exist. The supergeometric model in Behind the Cosmic Veil
indicates that the bending of space responsible for gravity is a cause for mass, not an effect of mass, or in other words, it is the bending of space that generates mass, rather than the conventional view that mass generates the bending of space. This bending is ‘nonlocal’ in that its cause originates from outside and above four-dimensional space-time. While the conventional view of physics is one of pure materialism (i.e., that every physical observation has an equally physical cause), supergeometric theory proposes that the universe comprises both physical and superphysical components. The concept of superphysically-caused spatial bending that results in the formation of mass eliminates the need for a graviton, dark matter and dark energy, and the hypothetical mass-inducing field of the Higgs boson, and in doing so offers an explanation why we’ve never been able to confirm the existence of these things. It also explains why we observe more spatial bending in the universe than there is mass to account for it. I have sometimes been criticized for taking this seemingly outrageous and radical stance against virtually the whole of established physics.
I came upon a recently published article reporting that a new study of the solar system by astrophysicists failed to find any evidence for dark matter in our cosmic vicinity in spite of its existence having been predicted by prevailing scientific theory. To quote the article: "The amount of mass that we derive matches very well with what we see — stars, dust and gas — in the region around the sun," [astronomer] Moni Bidin said. "But this leaves no room for the extra material — dark matter — that we were expecting. Our calculations show that it should have shown up very clearly in our measurements. But it was just not there!" “Despite the new results, the Milky Way certainly rotates much faster than the visible matter alone can account for, so if dark matter is not present where we expected it, a new solution for the missing mass problem must be found,” Moni Bidin said.
(This inexplicable acceleration relates in my theory to the rapid expansion of the very early universe, another anomaly for which astrophysicists can find no material explanation)
Another theory that seeks to solve the dark matter issue by offering and alternative but equally materialistic solution to this gravitational anomaly also appears to have been discredited by the study: One alternative to dark matter is known as Modified Newtonian Dynamics, or MOND, which tweaks how gravity works at large scales to help explain the motions of stars and galaxies that researchers observe. However, "to my knowledge, MOND also would have expected a massive 'phantom disk' to appear in our study, so our results should contradict its expectations, too," Moni Bidin said.
It has long been my position that the reason why a number of known anomalous observations have continually frustrated physicists’ efforts to detect within them a material explanation is that the actual cause for these observations resides outside the material, physical realm of dimensional time and space.
Could it be that this brash heretic, who dares to challenge certain positions of conventional physics with the forbidden subjects of the paranormal and the supernatural, or even (yikes!) Biblical thought, might actually be onto something? Time will tell.
Find the article at http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/47101905/ns/technology_and_science-space/t/dark-matter-mysteriously-missing-around-sun/#.T5IHJdkuRFI
I received a surprise invitation from Gregg Cable to appear on his Midwest ParaTalk Radio program this Thursday, May 10 at 7:15 PM - 8:00 PM Eastern. Catch it on the People's Paranormal Radio Network at
My interview with Nick Page on the EWP Podcast is now posted. Find it at www.ewppodcast.com.
I will be appearing on The Outlander with Heidi Hollis on Monday, May 7 at 11:00 PM Eastern. Go to http://sky.radio.com
and look for the player at the top of the page.
Join me as I return to my good friend Micah Hanks’ show The Gralien Report to talk about the latest developments in my research of the supernatural. Listen in at http://gralienreport.com/radio-show
and look for the “Listen to the Gralien Report Live” link below the first paragraph on the page. The call-in numbers are listed below that.
The subject of last week’s blog post often elicits comments from the Christian community, of which most of you know I am a member. The continuing controversy between creationism or intelligent design and evolution makes this a sensitive and often contentious topic. Supporters of ‘pure’ creationism sometimes even dispute over the somewhat more flexible concept of intelligent design as a faithless compromise of the literal Biblical message.
The relevance of Biblical principles to my work, as well as my addressing some of the issues with both evolution and creationism places me squarely in the middle of this conflict. I’ve been labeled as a ‘Darwinist’ by some and a believer in pseudoscience by others. Thankfully, most consider my position to be at least reasonable, even by those who might not fully agree.
Those familiar with my work know I support neither creationism nor evolution in their purest ‘fundamentalist’ forms. Evolution is a statement begun in mid-sentence—the second half sounds fine, but lacking the first, it remains an incomplete thought. There’s more to the appearance and progression of life than pure Darwinism can explain. And while intelligent design speaks to the existence of a Creator, fundamental creationism is more specific in that it proposes a literal interpretation of certain Biblical passages.
Central to certain fundamentalist views is the belief that the heavens, earth and all life were created in six literal 24-hour days as it appears to state in Genesis. The problem here is that the Bible contains many numerical sums and time periods that are clearly symbolic in nature. Many folks are not aware of how integral mystical numerology was to the ancient Jewish worldview. Because this is so foreign to our modern mindset, it’s easy to overlook when reading. There are many examples. Jesus chose 12 disciples to mirror the 12 tribes of Israel. He talked of forgiving 7 x 70 because Jewish numerology held the number 7 as ultimate perfection. The Anti-Christ symbol of 666 reflects the numerological belief that the number 6 represents ultimate imperfection, which is then expressed three times as a form of anti-trinity. In ancient times, the number 1000 was often used in common speech to represent a quantity too large to count, and so was a rough equivalent to our own colloquial use of a word like “ga-jillion” to express the same idea. The 144,000 mentioned in Revelation is far more likely to have been a symbolic image in John’s divine vision based on the 12 tribes of Israel x 12 Apostles x the very large number of 1000 = 144,000 rather than a precise, literal number. Other examples are the 7000 men in 1 Kings (7 x 1000) who had not bowed their knees to Baal, or the seven Asian churches in Revelation (we know historically there were more in this Roman province at the time of it’s writing around 100 A.D.).
Look at the often-quoted passage, “For a 1000 years in your [God’s] sight is but as yesterday, or as a watch in the night.” A fundamentalist literal interpretation combines this with the Genesis account into a literal formula of 1000 years x 6 days of creation = earth is 6000 years old. Forget for a moment that this in direct conflict with the other notion that the six days of creation are literal 24-hour days. What is consistently ignored is the last part of this passage, “…or as a watch in the night.” A watch was a sentry period of 4 hours, which would make our formula now equal 36,000 years. Since the psalmist is presenting two very different values in the same sentence for a day of God, the intent is clearly a symbolic, metaphorical representation that God’s time is far different than earth time.
The point is that there is more than enough justification from the Bible itself for any Christian of good conscience to interpret the days of creation metaphorically as perhaps referring to very long periods of time if he or she so chooses without compromising the basic Christian message of faith or without being apostate, heretical, corrupted and so on, as a few hard-liners accuse. The same accusations were hurled against Galileo, whose findings contradicted a number of Biblical passages that when interpreted literally indicated an earth-centered solar system. I find it interesting that those who I have encountered that champion such Biblical literalism never want to talk about Galileo, and when asked direct questions about that incident, always ignore them and instead divert the conversation elsewhere.